Lodging

Indoors

Dorje Denma Ling offers indoor accommodations in Gyatso Lodge, and in our beautiful, fully insulated Drala Cabins. In addition, a variety of outdoor accommodations are available from June until mid-September.

Gyatso Lodge has double rooms with showers and two shared hallway bathrooms on each floor.

Our uplifted Drala Cabins are finished inside with electricity and heat.

Dorje Denma Ling’s housing grounds are spacious, with gorgeous views, and in short walking distance to the main program complex, composting toilets, and the shower house, pictured above.

Outdoors

Our more rustic lodging options are wood cabins, white tents, and white huts. We also offer the shrine room floor, wooden tent platforms for those who wish to bring their own tents, and space for camping on the ground.

Prices for DDL Accommodations

All prices quoted are per person, per night. All prices are in $CAD.

All-Season

Lodge: Single Occupancy

1-12 nights

13+ nights

 

$130

$110

Lodge: Double Occupancy $60
Drala Cabins: Single Occupancy

1-12 nights

13+ nights

 

$150

$130

Drala Cabins: Double Occupancy $55
June – September Only
Wood Cabins, Large White Tents: Single Occupancy $90
Wood Cabins, Large White Tents: Double Occupancy $45
White Huts: Single Occupancy

White Huts: Double Occupancy

$70

$35

Bring Your Own Tent: With Platform Provided

Bring Your Own Tent: No Platform Provided

$35

$20

Shrine Room Floor $25

Also Note:

  • Since there are a limited number of indoor beds available, please apply at least 30 days in advance if you need one for health reasons.
  • For those staying in the Lodge or in a Drala Cabin, bedding and towels are provided.
  • For Wood Cabins and White Tents, bring your own bedding and towels. (If you are flying, we can help.)
  • No gas, candle or propane lighting of any kind is permitted in any of the accommodations.
  • A shower house is located near the Drala Cabins, between Buddha and Vajra fields.
  • You are welcome to wash clothing by hand and hang them to dry. There is a clothes line near the lodge.
  • It is a good idea for all guests to bring a flash light as it gets very dark at night.

For a list of local off-site accommodations, visit this page.